Hebron Lions Fundraiser
HEBRON — The Hebron Lions Club and RHAM High School Club are taking on the challenge of serving others in need and set a goal to raise $2,500 to $3,000, to be donated to the USA Disaster Relief Fund LCIF.
Checks made out to RHAM Leo Club Disaster Relief Fund may be sent to RHAM High School, RHAM Leo Club, 85 Wall St., Hebron, CT 06248.
Pictured in the photo (left to right) are Lion and Leo Advisor Heidi Hines, Leo Kelly King, Co-President Leo Ashley Young, Leo and Co-President Trystin Cote, Leo and Committee Co-Chair Katie Beard and Lion and Leo Advisor Rich Griswold.
BOLTON — The Hebron Women's Club, AHM Youth and Family Services, and the RHAM Education Foundation's Winter Cabaret will take place at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, at Georgina's Restaurant, 275 Boston Turnpike.
The evening will include a social hour, a bountiful dinner and live dance music to the sounds of Connecticut's the Little Big Band, performing a repertoire of music from the 40s to today.
The event benefits causes that support the needs of children, youth and adults in Andover, Columbia, Hebron and Marlborough. A silent auction will take place, with 100-percent of the proceeds going toward the three local charitable organizations.
Semi-formal attire is suggested for the gala. Tickets are $55 per person. Call 860-228-9405 with any questions.
Hebron Musician Performs
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ — More than 800 of the most musically talented high school students in the Eastern region of the United States have been selected to perform in the 2017 NAfME All Eastern Honors Ensembles.
Paul Tamburro, from RHAM High School in Hebron, was selected to perform as a trombone player in the All-Eastern Honors Jazz Ensemble. With assistance from music teacher Nick Kokus, the students chosen prepared challenging music to perform at the event.
Students will spend three days rehearsing with one of five conductors during the Eastern Division Conference of The National Association for Music Education. The 2017 NAfME All-Eastern Honors Ensembles will perform for an audience of thousands on April 7 and 8, in the Adrian Phillips Ballroom in Historic Boardwalk Hall, and the Atlantic City Convention Center.
For program and ticket information, visit www.nafme-eastern.org.
Motor Enrichment Events
HEBRON — The AHM Family Resource is offering two programs for Andover, Columbia, Hebron, and Marlborough parents and children.
Romp and Stomp: Gross Motor Enrichment for Little Ones will take place from 10 to 11 a.m. on the following Wednesdays: March 1, 8, 15, and 22, in the gym at Gilead Hill School, 580 Gilead St. Group games, parachute play, ball play and an obstacle course will take place. Cost to attend is $25 per child for the four sessions, and $5 per each additional child. Contact Laurie at 860-228-0871 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Messy Night for children ages 2 ½ to 5 and their parents or guardians will take place in the KinderRHAMa Preschool classroom at RHAM High School from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7. The snow-date is Wednesday, Feb. 8.
The evening will feature a variety of sensory activities and handouts on child development for parents. Cost to attend is $7 per child. Contact Becky Murray at 860-228-9488 or email email@example.com to register.
Jazz & Wine
SOUTH WINDSOR — Quintessential, a student-organized and directed jazz combo of five from the Hebron RHAM High School, for Friday Night at The Wood: Jazz & Wine, taking place from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27, at Wood Memorial Library, 783 Main St. The snowdate is Saturday, Jan. 28.
Quintessential gives their own flair to the jazz classics of Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins and other greats. The talented band members from local towns include Garrett Masotti on piano, Olivia Knightly on bass, Jacob Ouellette on drums, Aaron Ouellette on trumpet, and Paul Tamburro on trombone.
Cassidy Hill Vineyard, a local Coventry winery, will provide a sampling of their well-rated wines for tasting. Light refreshments will be served.This event is for adults only. Pre-registration is required. The fee for this event is $15 per person or $25 per couple, payable in advance to Wood. Payment can be made by cash, check, Visa or MC.
To register, call 860-289-1783 or visit the library on Mondays and Thursdays, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Free Video Production Training Program
WINDHAM — Northeastern CT Community Access TV is now taking applications for our Free Public Access Internship program at our Studio at 207 Tuckie Road. Interns get hands on experience in all aspects of video production. We cover community events and public affairs shows for airing on Charter channel 192, Frontier channel 99, and on www.CTV192.com. Interns have the opportunity to use their new skills to produce their your own Public Access Television Programs.
Internships are non-paid and are open on a first come, first serve basis to residents in our studio's service area. Interns must reside in one of the following towns to be eligible for internship: Ashford, Brooklyn, Chaplin, Coventry, Canterbury, Columbia, Eastford, Hampton, Lebanon, Mansfield, Pomfret, Scotland, Thompson, Windham, Woodstock, and Willington.
Visit our website at www.CTV192.com or call the Community Access TV studio line at 860-456-8500 for an internship application and more information.
Energy Assistance Applications
HARTFORD — Operation Fuel's statewide winter energy assistance program has begun taking applications. Families and individuals who are struggling financially and need energy assistance should call 211 to find their closest fuel bank. For more information on Operation Fuel or to make a donation, go to operationfuel.org. Donations also can be sent to Operation Fuel, 75 Charter Oak Ave., Suite 2-240, Hartford, CT 06106.